Ah, I knew I had already seen it somewhere... Thanks for
putting things back in order.
I am not arguing about take off (after all, code is meant
to be shared), but more about taking good ideas such as
what can be found in those two nodes,
and create rather poor derivatives.
Well, yes it looks good, as do some of the nodes found in
Obfuscated Code, but as far as the code is
concerned, it's very poor. The two nodes mentionned earlier
at least tried to do something original (code that matches
/^[\w\s]+$/ is original in my view, at least the first few times),
with rather unknown (at the time) possibilities of s///.
I don't ++ code that only looks like ASCII art. It has
to have at least some obfuscated value.